Another stunning final lap helped Lewis Hamilton to secure pole position at the Belgian Grand Prix ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
With the third qualifying session affected by rain, Paul di Resta appeared to be on course to claim his maiden pole with Force India as he was the first man to switch to inters.
His 2:02.323 was the best time for most of the session with Felipe Massa P2, but then the rain started to ease off and that allowed the other drivers back into the game.
With the chequered flag already out, Nico Rosberg was first to cross the line and he claimed provisional top with a 2:02.251, but he was soon replaced by Mark Webber (2:01.325) and Vettel (2:01.200).
Hamilton, though, was...
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